The Armada is located in the center of Old Istanbul, both easily accessible and an easy starting point for other destinations.
To get to our hotel near Istanbul airport
use the following directions
From the airport: “left + First left”
The easiest way to the hotel from the airport is to take a taxi via the coastal road. After passing Yenikapı, turn left at the traffic light with the ‘Ayasofya-Dedeefendi’ sign, then take the first left turn, and you will see the Armada Hotel on that same street.
From Sirkeci along the coastal road: “First right + first left”
When coming from the direction of Sirkeci, after passing Ah ırkapı Feneri (Lighthouse), turn right at the first traffic light (with the ‘Ayasofya-Dedeefendi’ sign), then take the first left turn, and you will see the Armada Hotel on that same street.
We suggest that you take a taxi, an efficient mode of transportation. All taxis have meters, and the current starting fee on the meter is 4 Turkish Liras. The fees are per car, not per person. It is customary to round up the taxi fares.
When you emerge from the terminal building, take one of the yellow taxis and be sure that they start the meter. If they do not start the meter, take another one.
Not all of the taxi drivers will know the name of the hotel, Armada Hotel. In this case it is better to tell them to follow the shore road until the signboard “Cankurtaran/Hagia Sophia” where you will see the hotel at at the first left turn after turning left from the shore road.
Depending upon traffic jam, it will cost you approximately 60-65 Turkish Liras. This is approximately 14-18 Euros. If you prefer a private transfer, please contact us from the following address : firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Distances from important points
Istanbul Airport: 50 km.
Sabiha Gokcen Airport: 55 km.
Sirkeci Rail Station: 3 Km
Seaport: 3 km.
Banks: 750 m.
Grand Bazaar: 1,5 km.
Egyptian Bazaar: 3,5 km.
Post Office: 350 m.
Hagia Sophia Museum: 500 m.
Blue Mosque Museum: 500 m.
Topkapi Palace: 400 m.
Archaeology Museum: 750 m.